Sponsor welcomes plans for fans

Shrewsbury Town fans have been left feeling optimistic following the decision by the Government to allow supporters back into football grounds. The numbers allowed in will be capped at 4,000 for tier 1 areas and 2,000 for tier 2 when the national lockdown ends at the start of December.

This is welcome news for one of Shrewsbury Town’s biggest sponsors, DM Recruitment, who renewed its sponsorship of the North Stand for the next two seasons earlier this year.

Stuart Danks, Director of DM Recruitment, said, “We renewed our sponsorship at a time when we weren’t sure if matches with supporters were going to be able to go ahead as usual. Although we knew this would affect how many people would see our banners, we felt supporting the club through a challenging time was more important.

“Here at DM Recruitment we believe in giving back to the community where we’re based and we know football is hugely important to a lot of people, so what could be better than supporting our town’s club?”

Town’s Commercial Manager, Andrew Tretton, added, “Stuart and DM Recruitment have supported us for a number of years now, and that support is appreciated by everyone at the football club.  I’m delighted that they’ve continued their sponsorship and it is great to be working with Stuart and the team once again”.

Photo Caption: Andrew Tretton and Stuart Danks at Montgomery Waters Meadow.


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